A view of the interior of the Grainger Market Newcastle upon Tyne taken in 1977. The photograph has been taken from one of the balconies inside the hall and is looking down onto the stalls and shops. The hall has an iron and glass roof. The buildings is decorated with flags and bunting for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. A view of the interior of the Grainger Market Newcastle upon Tyne taken in 1977. The photograph has been taken from one of the balconies inside the hall and is looking down onto the stalls and shops. The hall has an iron and glass roof. The buildings is decorated with flags and bunting for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
A view of the interior of the Grainger Market Newcastle upon Tyne taken in 1977. The photograph has been taken from one of the balconies inside the hall and is looking down onto the stalls and shops. The hall has an iron and glass roof. The buildings is decorated with flags and bunting for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. | NL

21 nostalgic pictures to take you back to Newcastle in 1977

Let's look back at life in Newcastle in the late 1970s.

What can you recall about life in Newcastle in 1977?

It was the year of Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee and the city was decorated for celebrations.

We have photographs of Grainger Market, Broad Chare, Cloth Market and Grainger Street- how much do you think has changed in 53 years?

There's also snaps of Fenham, Jesmond and Collingwood Street to look through, thanks to Newcastle Libraries.

We also have a collection of pictures from inside some of Newcastle's schools.

Have a look and let us know what your recognise.

We have photographs of Grainger Market, Broad Chare, Cloth Market and Grainger Street- how much do you think has changed in 53 years?

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